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Downtown Roseburg Date Night

Hot summer nights with your boo call for outdoor lounging, acoustic tunes and cold, craft brew. Downtown Roseburg provides small-town charm that radiates romance and sweet simplicity. Less crowds make the sidewalks stroll-worthy and with a variety of eateries, wineries and breweries within blocks…

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Homegrown Haven

Passionate about their community and the bounty of high-quality food grown in Douglas County, Erin Saylor of Saylor Farms and Chad Northcraft of DC Modern Roots collaborated at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic with the mission of supporting local, small-scale producers as well as getting…

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Stay Safe During Wildfire Season

During this unprecedented fire season, conditions can change for the better or worse within seconds. If staying home is an option, please do so. Staying home will not only be beneficial to your safety but will also keep roads clear of traffic and free up more resources for those who have to evacuate…

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A Weekend on The Great Umpqua Food Trail

The great thing about travel is getting the opportunity to try and discover new food, craft beverages or culinary experiences. The not so great thing about travel is attempting to find hidden gems and only being able to find chain eateries. The Great Umpqua Food Trail is your map to secret, culinary…

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Umpqua Valley Birding

It’s a romantic, summer-sunset sway and at the same time a scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds.” Roseburg’s Vaux swift migration is one of the most unique birding events in Western North America as anywhere from 2,000 to 6,000 small birds descend at dusk into an old chimney at the Umpqua Valley…

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Keep Crater Lake Blue

In these strange and uncertain times, outdoor adventures are more appealing and popular than ever. Being outdoors is a great way to get out of the house while being able to socially distance. Sometimes popular locations can be overwhelmed with visitors though. Crowds can overwhelm limited services…

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Best Hikes For Families

Whether you are out to trek some trails and see some sights with the kid carrier, dog leash or the whole clan – the North Umpqua Trail has 79-miles of the most scenic trails in Oregon. Along the “Highway of Waterfalls” – the National Scenic Byway of Highway 138 – visitors have plenty of hiking…

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Lavender Festival 2020

A drive through the Umpqua Valley is nothing short of a scenic paradise offering wide spaces, rolling vineyards, blankets of orchards and fields of gold. Adding a spray of captivating purples and blues to this colorful quilted landscape is a newcomer – lavender. Lavender farms throughout Roseburg…

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Strawberry Season in the Umpqua Valley

The Umpqua Valley is well known for its produce-packed region with a scenic landscape saturated in farms, ranches and vineyards. The climate and soils lend a uniqueness to the area, providing a variety of fruits and vegetables from spring well into fall, and attracting customers from all over the…

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Where to Buy Local Wine

Wine is the perfect souvenir — especially wine from the Umpqua Valley. Fret not if you don’t have time to make it out to a vineyard. Roseburg has plenty of conveniently-located shops with local wines. Bring the taste of the Umpqua Valley home with you. Umpqua Wine Cellar: Very large selection of…

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